Spring is here (hallelujah!) and the malls are slowly starting to stock all things frilly, floral and full of colour. If you live anywhere cold however (hi, Toronto), you know spring can take a little long to come around and offer warmer temperatures.
In the meantime, us cold weather girls need to be able to transition our winter pieces into spring in order to stay warm and on trend, and a great place to start is with thigh-high boots.
Here are 3 ways to wear thigh-high boots into spring!
1. With neutrals
If your spring is still on the cooler side, all you need to do is get comfortable with layering and start introducing a lighter colour palette. I love adding more whites and neutral pieces into my wardrobe to make the transition from winter to spring. Cream and beige knits are such a great staple and look super chic with white and off-white pieces. I paired my beige knit pullover with an off-white corduroy skirt for an outfit that says "I'm ready for spring". As it's still really cold in Toronto, I opted for From Rachel's Over-The-Knee-Tights with Polka Dots and my go-to pair of thigh-high boots.
2. With thigh-high socks
When winter weather starts to get milder, I like to add thigh-high socks to my wardrobe for a little bit of warmth and a whole lot of style! I love the contrast between the knit socks and florals on my dress for the perfect transitional look. It's a great way to dress for a day date or to grab coffee with your gals! For a little extra warmth, I paired my thigh high socks with knee-high boots, but you could totally wear this look with a pair of fresh white sneakers or ankle booties, too!
3. With trousers
I am such a skirt and dress girl come spring, but we all have those days where we want to skip wearing a skirt or dress for a pair of trousers. Undoubtedly, trousers look amazing with thigh-high boots for a dose of style and of course warmth! I love adding thigh-high socks rolled down over my boots or even pulled up past my knees for a little extra style. Plus, it definitely keeps my legs warm under thin trousers which is a major #win.
How will you transition your wardrobe from winter to spring?